Staff from the Fairfax County Fire and Rescue Department’s Station 25 in Reston helped Germany’s Office of Defense Administration (ODA) celebrate the 60th anniversary of the Federal Republic of Germany.
Crews showed off their fire trucks and offered tips on fall and winter fire safety at the event, which happened on September 5 in Reston. The celebration included games and activities.
FCFRD wrote the following about the event:
Crews showed off the fire trucks as well as highlighting fall and winter fire safety tips. The festivities included German cuisine as well as various games and activities.
We were honored to be presented challenge coins from the leadership of the ODA. Visitors from the superior agency in Germany were present as well.
All three shifts look forward to continuing this special shared partnership with our neighbors in Reston.
The ODA, which is located in Reston, is an agency subordinate to the Federal Office of Bundeswehr Equipment, Information Technology and In-service Support.
Photo via FCFRD
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